Sarah Hurwitz

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Name: Sarah Hurwitz
Date registered: March 11, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Springfield Bond Measure Open House — October 21, 2014
  2. Bras for a Cure — October 21, 2014
  3. Council Strikes Down Marijuana Sales Tax — October 20, 2014
  4. Council Gives Update on EWEB Development — October 20, 2014
  5. Homeless Campers Asked to Leave Site — October 17, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. Custody Dispute Caught on Camera — 34 comments
  2. Football Player Faces Harassment Charges — 25 comments
  3. Victim Details Apparent Pick Ax Attack — 12 comments
  4. Unwelcomed Group Sets Up Near SLEEPS — 9 comments
  5. Paying Tribute to a Lost Brother — 7 comments

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Crews Remove Car from McKenzie River

VIDA, Ore. — After hours of attempts, crews managed to pull a car from the McKenzie River that was stuck there since May. It’s been months since a Kia Sorento plunged into the McKenzie River, killing the driver. Because of the strong current and access to private property for recovery efforts, it has taken months … Continue reading »

High School Changes Homecoming Tradition

EUGENE, Ore. — After years of a homecoming king and queen, North Eugene High School is starting a new tradition. Administrators and the associated student body announced this week they’re eliminating the titles, hoping to break past inequality and gender stereotypes. “King, queen and voting for a boy and a girl for each grade and … Continue reading »

Great Rotary Duck Race: Looking Glass

EUGENE, Ore. — Looking Glass, a local nonprofit dedicated to helping troubled teens, is one of five recipients of funds from the Great Rotary Duck Race. Looking Glass Executive Officer Craig Opperman says funds from the Great Rotary Duck Race are vital, but they especially help with child abuse prevention programs. He says this community … Continue reading »

Survey: One in 10 Women Raped at UO

EUGENE, Ore. — A shocking study from the University of Oregon Department of Psychology looks at the number of sexual assaults on campus. 10 percent of women in the study say they’ve been raped while attending college at the UO. It surveyed nearly 1000 students and asked detailed and direct questions about their sex life. … Continue reading »

EPD Releases Chaney Report

EUGENE, Ore. — Details into the investigation of a killing spree involving a Eugene man that crossed state lines have been released. Eugene Police released the full redacted report on Ricardo Chaney Tuesday. From that report we’re learning what investigators initially found at the scene of a house fire at 2013 Elk Ave. in March. … Continue reading »

Paying Tribute to a Lost Brother

NEAR DORENA LAKE, Ore. — A break in the case of an apparent hit and run crash that killed a man near Dorena Lake this weekend. The medical examiner determined the man was lying in the road, not standing up, when he was hit. Oregon State Police says it found the body of 39-year-old Reuben … Continue reading »

TrackTown Bids for World Championships

EUGENE, Ore. — TrackTown USA could be the first U.S. city to host track and field’s largest and most prestigious meet. This week USA Track and Field officially submitted a bid for Eugene to host the 2019 World Outdoor Track and Field Championships. In its 30-year history, the World Outdoor Track and Field Championships has … Continue reading »

Recent Rains Provide Wildfire Relief

COBURG, Ore. — It’s been a wet start to the first week of fall. With those rains comes relief for firefighters who’ve battled a tough wildfire season. “I’m very relieved for everybody in the state. Everybody needs it really bad because we are so dry right now,” said Erik McKibben, Coburg Fire engineer. “Firefighters in … Continue reading »

Cardiac Arrest Survivor Thanks EMTs

LEABURG, Ore. — A Springfield man who went into cardiac arrest this summer has quite a survival story, thanks to his wife and son and McKenzie Fire and Rescue. In an emotional reunion Wednesday night he thanked the firefighter-EMT’s who saved his life. It was a late summer evening in June. Paul and Wilma Roche … Continue reading »

Tasty Fundraiser Boosts Local Athletes

EUGENE, Ore. — A local snack company, Cosmos Creations and former UO head football coach Mike Bellotti are partnering up to help area high school athletic programs. They’ve formed the non-profit Cosmos-Bellotti Sports & Leadership Foundation. Right now the Cosmos-Bellotti Sports & Leadership Foundation is a pilot program. Eight area high school athletic programs were … Continue reading »

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